Taskee - put some code in your blog, and visitors will see a Taskee button, they can click on this to report bugs, issues, complaints about their experience when visiting and interacting with your blog. Great idea instead of using email, as you know all content in Taskee is issue related and it can be clearly managed.
What you see is a list of URL’s, in my case my blog post URL’s or homepage or category pages and the various comments about those URL’s…in this respect it kind of reminds me of Zpeech, but this is not chat and is topic focused on issues.
ReviewBasic is a similar tool where visitors can click a button and annotate and review your blog.
Taskee needs this annotating type feature so the comments, complaints, requests can have more context or be more explicit…see Fleck and others.
Anyway, this is yet another way visitors can interact with your blog. [via WWD]
On a second look it seems you have to list the pages you want reviewed/looked at and you have to invite the reviewers, so perhaps this isn’t an open blog tool, and more used from time to time.
CoReap - yet another bookmarking service, you can also access from the sidebar, and when you search the web, you will see results from CoReap as well, almost like sponsored hits. It’s got me stumped that when I search Google I can’t see some sponsored hits from del.icio.us, and even narrow this to tags and users in my network. Blogrovr (this service is a feature of the Stickis service) does something similar, only not for search but when you are looking at a website, it will tell you who from your OPML has linked to this website, it’s my new favourite tool.
No doubt del.icio.us is great for recommendations, but most of the time it’s a manual process whereas CoReap and others like StumbleUpon, Heeii, Reko, moreso recommend as you go.
So far the only option for a print button for my blog posts is using a 3rd party Public RSS Reader like FeedShow, MySyndicaat or xFruits.
These services are just like printing a blog post as you see it in an RSS Reader. As I explained in my post linked above I still think there is a market for a service to enable you to print an RSS version of a blog post.
eg. you are reading a blog post, you click on the footer button called “Print”, and it will pop up that blog post like it would look like in an RSS Reader, this window could also have a print button, otherwise just use your browser menu to print, the important part is that you have a printer friendly page to print.